barn floor finish

Barn Floor Finish On Plank Top

The Barn Floor Finish (shown left) includes scuffing along one or both sides of each board. A simulated plank-top style is used in construction on Cherry Wood.

More Examples Of Barn Floor Finish on Furniture Pieces

The images below show examples of the Barn Floor Finish on various pieces of furniture. Construction used in these images does not include plank-top building style. Plank tops are typically used on the tops of furniture pieces.

Sawmill Finish On Plank Top

The Sawmill Finish (shown left) includes actual marks from a circular saw used to intentionally distress furniture to simulate the look of authentic old barnwood.¬

More Examples Of The Sawmill Finish on Furniture Pieces

The images below show examples of the Sawmill Finish on various pieces of furniture. Construction in these photo’s does not include plank-top building style.¬

Rough Sawn Brown Maple And Wormy Maple

Wormy Maple contains worm holes, wood knots, wood grain color variation and fine splits  that are further enhanced with scuffing and saw marks to create a rustic, naturally aged appearance. Brown Maple contains no worm holes or other imperfections, but is scuffed, saw marked and roughed up also for an aged appearance.

More Examples Of Rough Sawn

The pieces shown below have a rustic appearance that is both beautiful and eye catching.

Rough Sawn White Oak

The naturally occurring wood knots found in Rustic White Oak wood are accented with additional scuff marks and saw cuts to achieve a remarkable rustic appearance. Because most barnwood was made from White Oak, this option can most closely resemble the look of hundred year old reclaimed wood.

More Examples Of Rough Sawn Wormy Maple

The pieces shown below have a rustic appearance that is both beautiful and eye catching.